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Emirates A380 first time at Schiphol
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On the 1st of august 2012 Emirates launched the first Airbus A380 service to Amsterdam Schiphol. The largest passenger plane was parked at gate G9. After a two hours stop, it departed back to Dubai.

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Uploaded: 05/08/2012
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Tags: airbus; a380; emirates; g9; schiphol; amsterdam; flight; first; parking
  • naheem hussain over 1 year ago
    very nive
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